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  1. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.1.0 release of the Monero GUI software. This release adds v0.18 network upgrade compatibility for Ledger and Trezor hardware wallets. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Add Ledger support for v0.18, requires app v1.8.0 Add Trezor support for v0.18, requires firmware v2.5.2 Speed up time between wallet opening and refresh (#3994) Add option to skip stop local node screen (#3734) Minor bug fixes and UI improvemen
  2. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.1.0 release of the Monero software. This release adds v0.18 network upgrade compatibility for Ledger and Trezor hardware wallets. Some highlights of this release are: Wallet: add Ledger support for v0.18, requires app v1.8.0 (#8466, #8463) Wallet: add Trezor support for v0.18, requires firmware v2.5.2 (#8483) Daemon: publish submitted transactions via ZMQ (#8451) Daemon: fix a potential crash (#8454) Daemon: fix get_block_template_backlog performance (#8455) Daemon: fix a RandomX
  3. /blog/assets/2022-04-01-this-year-in-monero/8years.png As a way to celebrate and show the growth that has happened for Monero across the past year on this, the 8th anniversary of the Monero project, I wanted to take a snapshot of statistics and social media posts to highlight this growth. This is by no means an exhaustive list of ways in which Monero grew, and some of the most important growth came in increased acceptance and adoption of Monero for donations and payments: Merchants accepting Monero for payment FOSS Projects and Pro-Privacy Organizations accepting Monero for donation
  4. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.0.0 release of the Monero software. This major release is due to the August 13th network upgrade, which in turn adds support for Bulletproofs+, view tags, ring size increase to 16, and fee changes. Some highlights of this release are: Consensus: add Bulletproofs+ to decrease transactions size and verification time (#7170) Consensus: add view tags to outputs to reduce wallet scanning time (#8061) Consensus: increase ring size to 16 (#8178) Wallet: fee changes, adjusted dynamic block we
  5. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.3.2 point release of the Monero GUI software. This release contains support for P2Pool mining and Ledger Nano S Plus. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Integrate experimental support for P2Pool mining (#3829) Warn against high fees during transaction creation (#3897) Improvements against wallet getting stuck on exit (#3890, #3889) Add support for Ledger Nano S Plus Add support for reserve proof (#3828) Add a lock
  6. When constructing a new transaction, a Monero wallet references a past output a user received in a prior transaction, and uses it as an input to the new transaction. Today, the wallet mixes this output with a set of 10 decoy outputs selected from other people's transactions from across the blockchain (ring signature). Thus, an observer cannot tell which among the 11 total outputs is the real one a user spends in a transaction, obfuscating the link from the user's new transaction to their prior transaction. The decoy selection algorithm specifically handles the selection process for choosing wh
  7. /blog/assets/2022-07-19-monero-0.18.0.0-released/fluorine-fermi.png Overview This is the v0.18.0.0 release of the Monero GUI software. This major release is due to the August 13th network upgrade, which in turn adds support for Bulletproofs+, view tags, ring size increase to 16, and fee changes. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Add support for v0.18 network upgrade (#3972) Add scan transaction option (#3932) Fix payment proof button (#3910) Fix restoring from default restore height (#3902) Display wall
  8. Snider

    X-Cash Website Update

    Hello Community, 2022 is a year of immense changes in the world, and though some unfortunately have a sense of dread about the future, a few see an undeniable flame of hope. The hope radiates and gives clarity to what the shadows conceal thus allowing the eyes to see. What is under the shadows is for those who witness the flames’ radiance. Before this article gets buried by our heavy release schedule, thanks. Thanks for being an early supporter and witness to X-Cash’s maturation– though we are still at the beginning and have a ton of untapped potential to realize. Our new website release is a
  9. This one is a bit of a long read, and some of you might have noticed we skipped last week.. We have big news this week for TurtleCoin, check it out! It’s 11PM. Do you know where your Grandma is?Developer Updates This is a place where anybody in our community can submit a post about the TRTL project they’re working on. It’s a great way to attract helpers for your project and show people what to keep an eye out for. We encourage you to show works in progress as well as finished products, as we’re happy to see them all and it shows that we’re an active community. Core Updates Boy oh boy were we
  10. This week we protested peacefully against the lives wasted coding in lesser languages that don’t rhyme with poo-basic and argued for a solid hour about the color of a single dot on a page nobody reads. Find out who was wrong about the color of that dot in this week's issue of the Pulitzer Prize winning scholarly publication The TurtleCoin Weekly Roundup Article, July 7, 2020 Edition. Developer Updates This is a place where anybody in our community can submit a post about the TRTL project they’re working on. It’s a great way to attract helpers for your project and show people what to keep an e
  11. Time for TurtleCoin Liftoff! Ledger Nano integration, TRTL V1 ready for launch! GET YOUR MOON BOOTS LETS GOOOO!!!! image credit: teacupDeveloper Updates This is a place where anybody in our community can submit a post about the TRTL project they’re working on. It’s a great way to attract helpers for your project and show people what to keep an eye out for. We encourage you to show works in progress as well as finished products, as we’re happy to see them all and it shows that we’re an active community. TurtleCoin on Ledger Nano! TurtleCoin® Ledger Application Have a Ledger Nano S or X? Want
  12. This week we put the pedal to the metal and knocked out our biggest developer bounty we have ever had, in the name of TurtleCoin adoption and security of your coins! You are going to love it! Keep reading Like the sound of bounties? Have skills? Visit our #bounties channel for your chance to get paid and earn a limited edition pink TurtleCoin Developer role in Discord @ chat.turtlecoin.lol Image courtesy of TeacupDeveloper Updates This is a place where anybody in our community can submit a post about the TRTL project they’re working on. It’s a great way to attract helpers for your project and
  13. Developer Updates This is a place where anybody in our community can submit a post about the TRTL project they’re working on. It’s a great way to attract helpers for your project and show people what to keep an eye out for. We encourage you to show works in progress as well as finished products, as we’re happy to see them all and it shows that we’re an active community. To submit your post, click this link TurtleCoin Block Explorer v2020 New TurtleCoin block explorer: Beautifully designed, fully responsive and super customizable. @l33d4n TurtleCoin Block Explorer TurtleCoin Block Explorer
  14. Wew it sure has been a while since the last update hasn’t it? https://medium.com/media/de2e4acb3686a4ac0034ad9c725393f6/hrefBig Karai updates in this issue :) Developer Updates TurtleCoin 1.0 Is Ready! As some of you who follow the dev pipeline may already know, we nerds on the TRTL core team have been busily working on bringing TurtleCoin into being a legitimate version 1.0.0 product. We are so excited to say that this goal has been a success! To those of you outside of programming circles, what this means is that over time, through many planned efforts, we have rewritten and improved enou
  15. Snider

    TRTL v2

    Have a seat, pour a cup of whatever drink you celebrate with, and think about where you left those old TRTL wallet keys. Whether you like what we say next or not, you’re going to need them, soon.. My friends, it is time for us to say goodbye. Today we hit block 3,000,000. We upgraded our network and our proof of work algorithm for the last time. By block 4,000,000 or in about 1 year from today, the TurtleCoin network as we know it will begin on a path of its own destruction. A short time after block 5 million, the chain will be dead, and completely gone, unable to produce more blocks. Don’t
  16. Towards the end of 2020, we announced the biggest change to the Loki Project since launch: Loki is rebranding to become Oxen. There have been plenty of questions about what the rebrand entails, when everything will be happening, and what our users need to do (spoiler alert: Loki users and $LOKI holders don’t need to do anything whatsoever). To minimise uncertainty and confusion, today we’re announcing our roadmap and timeline for rolling out the Oxen rebrand. For an overview of the reasons behind the rebrand, head over to our rebrand announcement blog. What’s happening today (6 Jan 2
  17. Dear Community, we are taking the time to write today, to give a first half of the year review and a look ahead to the second half of the year. In the first half of the year there was a lot of internal stuff to do. The team restructuring was started and completed. You will be able to see the team members and their roles once we release the new website. There was a lot of coding to be worked on, and unfortunately their were no new releases, but most projects that the team were working on are about 80%+ done at this time. There also was the process of restructuring some of the servers. This i
  18. In this fast-paced and revolutionized world, crypto has taken hold in every field. Therefore, Graft Network wants to provide a better strategy to give everyone easy access to modern technology as well as lead in finance and business. Graft Network just updated the mining algorithm to RandomXG which surely it takes the reliability and credibility of the platform to another level. Hence, creating a more secure, decentralized, fast and scalable network. What is Graft Network? It is a fully decentralized, transparent and open-sourced blockchain-based electronic payment and processing p
  19. Dear community, We are very excited to share the launch of XCASH on the Polygon Network with a liquidity mining program in partnership with Quickswap. The current APY is 1406.28% [Last update 09/09/21 12:26 UTC+0]. In this article, we present what is the X-Cash project, its purpose, and what we have built in the past 3 years. If you are looking to farm XCASH you can directly switch to the tutorial section below. What is X-CashX-Cash is a hybrid public-private coin with several features developed and added since 2018. X-Cash also includes an innovative consensus algorithm called Delegated-Proof
  20. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.3.1 point release of the Monero GUI software. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this release are: Fix startup crash on Apple Silicon (#3804) Fix wizard password not resetting after wallet creation (#3795) Update translations (#3811) Minor bug fixes and UI improvements The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the source code. Contributors for this Release This release was the direct result of 5 people who wor
  21. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.3.0 point release of the Monero software. This release contains support for P2Pool. Some highlights of this point release are: Add P2Pool support (#7964) Daemon: allow socks5 proxy configuration with --proxy flag (#7326, #7616) Daemon: fix race condition (#7873) Daemon: fix spurious rejection of downloaded blocks (#8022) Daemon: disable restricted RPC from getting output dist. for pre-rct outputs, fix DoS (#8084) Daemon: add seed nodes (#7664, #7753) Wallet: fix key encryption when c
  22. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.3.2 point release of the Monero software. This release contains support for Ledger Nano S Plus. Some highlights of this point release are: Wallet: add support for Ledger Nano S Plus (#8239) Wallet: balance includes unconfirmed payments (#8154, #8159) Wallet: rename duplicate amount headers in CSV export (#8177) Wallet: multisig key exchange update and code refactor (#8190) Wallet: fix stagenet restore height estimation (#8196) Daemon: replace outdated seed nodes (#8222, #8131) Daemon
  23. /blog/assets/2022-04-20-network-upgrade-july-2022/upgrades.png The next network upgrade will take place on 16th July, 2022 (block 2,668,888). Network upgrades are technically hard-forks and require all participants in the Monero network to update their software. The new software (v0.18 "Fluorine Fermi") will be released one month before the network upgrade, on the ~16th of June. This network upgrade will introduce important new features like: A ring-size increase from 11 to 16 – the largest ever absolute increase in the base anonymity set (read: plausible deniability, or base privacy)
  24. Seraphis is a 'transaction protocol abstraction' that I have been working on (WIP draft paper available here). As an 'abstraction', Seraphis defines rules about how you can design a real (privacy-focused) transaction protocol without specifying concrete algorithms. For example, RingCT is another protocol abstraction (more or less), and there are different 'real' versions corresponding to signature schemes MLSAG and CLSAG. Seraphis is a candidate model for Monero's next transaction protocol. Privacy-focused transaction protocols have two core structural rules. How are amounts represented
  25. Dear Community, Today we are releasing xcash-core 2.2.0 and xcash-dpops 1.2.0 Note: You will need to update before block height 910000 which is expected to happen around Wednesday, March 23, 2022 03:00:00 UTC XCASH-CORE Update 2.2.0 Some highlights of this update: - Updated hashes so xcashd can sync, before we fixed the issue. - xcashd syncing improvements at block 910000 - Removed most mining code. Test show virus false positives dropped as well. - Fixed the docker file - Boost 1.77.0 compatibly - GCC 11 compatibility - Fixed debug build not working You can read the full list, and how to i
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